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NBC
Jul 13, 2014 4:30pm PDT
card. >> we have liftyou've for the mission. >> an unmanned rocket is blasting off today from virginia carrying more than 1.5 tons of cargo to the international space station. nasa hired a private company to make eight cargo supply runs at $2 billion. besides food, the capsule contains items including mini satellites and experimental exercise clothes. got to have those in space. expected to arrive wednesday. >> a software company is hanging its shingle in san francisco's mid market tech hub. the company's new home has its own story as well. joe has more on the transfo transformation. >> market street evolved. >> every city has a main street. >> market street is really the most important street in san francisco. >> reporter: market street was once bustling. >> for a full half century this was it. the heart of san francisco. >> reporter: through the recent tech boom, mid market is moving again. >> it's going through one of its breathing spells. >> reporter: among recipients of the new attention, this stately 1909 building that once housed the furniture store. >> it's been one of my favor
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
rebellions and they moved to the south. alexandria, virginia new jersey, st. andrews parish south carolina, and then in the joint effort in boston and 74. thomas paine arrived in america that year and immediately wrote against slavery. we have it in our power to begin the world over again he wrote in commonsense. 20 years later and justice he acknowledged that even after the world was in need of serious remaking and he wrote the state of the civilization is as odious as it is unjust. it is absolutely the opposite of what it should be. and it is necessary that a revolution should be made. the contrast is like dead and living bodies chained together. it wasn't just the u.s. problem it was a global problem, the mass of the poor in all countries have become a hereditary race and it was next to impossible for them to get out of that state for themselves for the sake of justice and humanity he said in 70s expecting 76 it is necessary to make change, specifically to make the property productive of natural blessing extend into every individual, not just a few. are we in the times that try
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
light in west virginia, texas. this is from the 2012 presidential election. why? why such low turnout? >> i think -- >> when compared to the overall population? >> yeah. i think part of the issue, which is what you will see in the mid-term election is it depends upon how many resources are expended in the state in order to get young people involved. and, you know, texas and west virginia are not presidential battleground states so there is less information being put out there by candidates about why people should participate and, also, about the process, how they should, which is what you see in the mid-term election, there is a significant decline in spending by can dauts. safkt, there is not as much information out there in the system. >> the website is rockthevote.com and this is what it looks like. who is behind this effort? who is funding it? >> funding the website? >> the website? >> and the organization? we are supported by a lot of non-partisan foundations and individuals who care very much about engaging the youth in our democracy. >> back in the early'90s, the big pu
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
pittsburgh and charleston, west virginia. we'll track the broken line as it works to the south and east. there's a severe thunderstorm watch that has been posted for lancaster county only. the biggest threat is damaging winds and hail and drenching downpours. an isolated thunderstorm is likely later on tonight. this will set us up for a stormy pattern back to work monday do tuesday, we'll talk about the details with the full anticipate exclusive accuweather forecast. >> you can keep track with the approaching storms with our storm tracker 6 live app. it gives you live access to watches and warnings posted for your area. download tonight for your smart phone. >>> all the world was watching as germany and argentina failed off in for the world cup in bra. fans gathered in homes and public's with germany defeating argentina 1-0. "action news" reporter, kenneth moten joins us live from south street with reaction from the crowd who watched the match there. hi, kenneth. >> reporter: can you hear them behind me, because i can. the celebration on celebration, south street was a big -- the c
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
, leicester maryland, and back to west virginia. a lot of lightning associated , and none oforms any have reduced thunderstorm warnings. i did get a report from the national weather service over rocking him county actually produced some penny sized hail. associatedrong winds through popping up, but none of them to severe as of yet. that includes spots like washington, frederick county and maryland. we could see some strong thunderstorms come after 8:00 or 9:00, but i think we will see the intensity died down. 90 degrees in frederick. very muggy and i'm sure you feel itp inc. outside the dewpoint temperatures. a lot of heat and humidity for these storms to work with. nighttime hours beginning to diminish but strong and severe drier before cooler and air moves and on wednesday. of people talking about the strong storms for tomorrow and tuesday. matches, germany and argentina were the two teams left standing. was declaredteam champion. one to eat argentina nothing. richard reid made the rounds too many watch parties today. he is live in northwest now. >> we have an impromptu celebration just
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
virginia. but i should tell you that my concentration is on the commercial popular song rather than on folk music or country music. so i assume they were out there. when did the carries begin with that radio station down in new mexico? anyone know? that was in the late 20's probably. so that would have been a decade later. and they were really formative. jimmy rodgers is later. so the formative people need radio. >> quick follow-up. did the british songs make it early in the war? >> yeah, they did. yeah, they did just as they did in world war ii. i will meet again and nightingale -- >> public opinion for joining the war? >> they don't sway it as the shift is on. it joins it. it's not -- it's not deeply influential. it's more our songs that reflect our attitudes. nd again the full one is the lucitania. >> you mentioned there were no many comic songs in world war ii. >> right. "in remember my mom playing the furor's face." >> it was a notable hit at the same time as "merzy don't." you know ha he said about the american people. he said no one every underestimated the taste of the american
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
shading here from the counties of frederick to the west, including both panhandles of west virginia and maryland, which is until 11:00 tonight. and tomorrow, i would expect the severe thunderstorm watch r the metro area, but your beltway temperatures, they are still showing 91 downtown washington and 90 in alexandria. 91 in germantown. only 84 in reston. but when you factor in the humidity it feels sweltering hot out there. right now 103 in college park and 101 in alexandria. that's the good news with this approaching front after the showers and thunderstorms, some cooler and drier air arrives as we'll talk about all of it in the first alert seven-day forecast. >>> from brazil to berlin. germany is celebrating their first world cup soccer championships. clearly doing the best things that they need to. >> yeah, no doubt about it. gripping stuff. i loved it. i watched the tournament, it was great. most predicted germany verses the netherlands, but still we had an iconic final. germany and argentina have won five world cups between them. today they wrote another chapter and it was great st
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
maryland and the panhandle of west virginia under a severe thunderstorm watch tonight. the main threat as storms move through will be high winds producing isolated damage and hail. these storms make their way to the d.c. metro area between 9:00 and 10:00, but won't be as strong. they'll weaken as they continue to move east. chris, this is not the case tomorrow. the weather tomorrow, moderate impact on your day. more on timing and impacts coming up. >> remember, you can stay ahead of the weather any time. download the storm team 4 weather app available for free in the app store and google play. >>> three people have been shot a few steps northwest and we heard a child saw it all happened. the shooting happened overnight in the bloomi iningbloomingdale neighborhood. that's where police found three victims inside a car. darcy spencer has the latest for news 4. >> we have confirmed that a little girl was in the car when that triple shooting happened. she's just eight years old. fortunately she's okay and police have made an arrest. the car came through here. you can see the sign. it
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
the coast of virginia and it's carrying some very important materials including a special piece of clothing. we'll explain. >>> plus, looking to buy a tesla anyone in pennsylvania? why it's going to soon be a lot easier. kathy. >> it is steamy and about to turn stormy. we'll time the storms for tonight and tomorrow. they could become severe with damaging winds and there are concerns for flooding. i'll have that coming up with the seven day. >> thousands of cyclists take over the ben franklin bridge as part of a 65-mile journey. we'll tell you why this race is very, very special when "eyewit >> welcome back everyone. an exciting sunday for space enthusiasts off the coast of virginia. >> three, two, one and we have ignition. >> and that was liftoff of the rocket carrying a cargo slip to the international space station. cigna took off from wallace islands virginia carrying more than 3,000 pounds of supplies food and experimental exercise outfits. nasa says the new clotheing is resistant to bacteria and odor so the astronauts won't smell as much during their two hour daily workouts. sa
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. he wielded the baton for many orgest recess, including the pittsburgh symphony. he died in virginia, after complications from nooum i hopia. >> -- pneumonia. >> still to come - more on the humanitarian crisis. the u.n.'s effort to reach children caught in the crossfire. >>> the crisis in you crane - russia -- ukraine - russia claims it's reached the border. >>> we'll take to you one of the most dangerous cities across the border on earth. @jvé >>> violence at home is a major reason why thousands of children are trying to dom the u.s. specifically the fear of gangs is driving the migration. the united nations reports that nowhere is the problem worse than in honduras. paul beban filed this report. >> in honduras, el salvador, and guatemala - gangs and cartels are more powerful than governments. the carnage and chaos is driving the people out. the most dangerous place, according to a united nations report is san paid roe honduras. more than 2200 kids were caught travelling alone. 15 kids fleeing every day. i asked the people what it's like to live in the city known as the murder capi
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
announced investments in indiana, investments in virginia. we have invested in california. we have invested in the last year in ohio. there is aerospace facilities in texas. this is a really across-the-board large growth engine. and the nice thing is, the market is growing by 7% over the next years. and it has a nine-year auto bag log sitting there, so it's a very safe environment. the other exciting markets you asked for, automotive. >> the autos are doing very well. >> fantastic. and it's even better for us. because a lot of what's going on in auto motive is innovation. because nobody wants to pay. the fuel costs. so people are investing. the ford f-150, 700 pounds light e all-aluminum vehicle and that's the reason why it is so light. >> wow. >> super exciting. and still, even though the demand is up, there is still pent up demand. the average age of cars in the u.s. is higher it's 11 years and used to be 9.4. go to commercial tractor-trailer, commercial transportation. it has grown. auto income has grown 20%. auto backlog grown by 50%. these are great numbers. building and const
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
from virginia, made some comments of his own this morning. take a listen here. >> i would definitely pass emergency funding targeted for what's necessary, but most of the money that the president's asking for is to continue the process of further transporting these children and adults, by the way, further into the united states and that, i think, is what the american people don't like to see. >> reporter: so as you heard there, there is some momentum from both sides to of the aisle to fix the border crisis, do something about this current problem, and we will probably see some developments on that this week. >> all right, erin mcpike for us. thank you very much. >>> the possible murder of a google exec has exposed the seedy side of silicon valley. lots of men, lots of money and sex for sale. a possibly poisonous combination in the heart of the tech industry. humans. even when we cross our "ts" and dot our "i's", we still run into problems. that's why liberty mutual insurance offers accident forgiveness with our auto policies. if you qualify, your rates won't go up due to your first a
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
with only one for located 12 miles south of the city and the confederate state of virginia just across the potomac. by 1865 the nation's capital had become the most fortified city in the world, with a ring of 70 armed forts encircling the city. we visited three of us arriving with- the surviving forsts dale floyd. >> right now we are in the museum of fort ward, which has a variety of different artifacts. one of the nice things is we the defenses of washington and it gives you a good idea of where they are today. we are at fort ward which is here. and today, we are also going to go to fort foote, which is down here. and all the way up to fort stevens which is up there. the reasoned that the forts were basically to protect the capital of the united states. it first started in may, 1861. soon after virginia seceded from the union. the troops moved over one night across the potomac, over into arlington and alexandria and started building fortifications after the first battle of in whichin july, 1861 the union was defeated.the men came streaming back into the city, and the city could have w
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:30pm EDT
depression and drinking. thorp won five gold medals. >>> in virginia today an unmanned 131-foot tall rocket carrying a cargo ship successfully launched into space. the ship is expected to dog with the international space station wednesday morning -- dock with the international space station wednesday morning delivering food and science projects to the astronauts on board. >>> now more about the situation in iraq, yesterday i interviewed anthony cordesman of the center for strategic and international studies. i began by asking him about the offers of military aid from iran, the united states and russia. >> the problem right now is that military aid providing more equipment and more weapons can have a very limited effect. there are all kinds of claims being made about air power, but they're really only flying a handful of excursions a day. most of the people have no ability to target or assess the damage and providing more weapons to anthem has basically a political structure -- an army that has basically a political structure tied to the prime minister that's deeply corrupt, ofte
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 5:00pm EDT
spilling 1500 gallons of crew and april 2014, downtown lynch berg virginia. in may, a week after the lynch burg explosion the department of transportation responded with an emergency order. it required rail roads to give state emergency teams advance notice of oil stipments carrying -- shipments carrying one million tonnes of back and crude and asked oil cruise to stop using dots 1-11. this type exploded and punctured in lac-megantic. >> the railroad industry petitioned the federal government three years ago to raise standard. we have been sitting and waiting. >> we asked to have the dot 1-11 phased out of the fleet, or retro fitted. >> but the railroads are part of the equation. they own the rail lines, refineries owe the tanks. replacing or upgrading cars could cost billions. in a may 14th report submitted to the dot, a refinery lobby group defended the tankers writing: . >> in the face of the competing claims, senator heidi high camp of north dakota lashed out at industry representatives, appearing before a subcommittee. >> this is problematic. from a public stand point because th
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:30pm PDT
. >>> earlier today, a spacecraft blasting from -- off from virginia. >> and we have lift off for the mission. >> never get tired of hearing that. so it's heading straight to the international space station. it's carrying food and science samples and new gym clothes for the crew. they say it's a new type of clothing resistant to bacteria and odor. like it. right now, the space station is about 300 miles above australia. >>> and it may be the biggest stage in sports. the finals of the world cup, argentina is taking on germany in the last game of the tournament and the global tv audience expected to be more than a billion people. bryan is live from jack dempsey's sports bar in new york city with all the cheering fans. hey, bryan. >> reporter: hi, arthel. that's right. welcome to jack dempseys. this is really the scene all around the country and all around the world as close to a billion soccer fans are watching germany and argentina. two soccer super powers playing at the legendary stadium in brazil. the winner is champion of the world. and what a world cup this has been. at first, there was co
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm EDT
allergic to raising taxes an. >> the states are feeling the pitch. virginia did it after 27 years. they had not really done anything major. pennsylvania has, new hampshire, wyoming, we're talking red states and blue states that are doing this. but the situation with the highway trust fund as your set up piece showed nicely, it's lost purchasing power, and we've reached kind of a political vortex here where it seems difficult to even have kind of calm adult conversation about restoring the highway trust fund. >> ray: luckily we can have the calm, adult conversation here, and john robert smith , how come governors aren't willing to say to people, sit down, campfire style, look, everyone wants and needs roads. our railways are falling to pieces. the intermodal areas that are covered by this where people switch from rail to car, car to rail, it's all kind of a mess. we really need to do this. aren't they afraid they'll be punished if they do this? >> well, first of all, on the same passenger rail is not even included, and i think that's a mistake. that's a conversation that the countr
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
a typical virginia planter of the upper class, nothing seem to be more important than to be a gentleman. there was a gentleman's way of conducting warfare. things like surprise attacks and dawn raids weren't exactly what a gentleman commander really did . .e had the knowledge he had frontier experience, and also, he was a veteran of the french and indian war. of course, he barely survived a brat oxidant feed -- braddock's defeat. he knew all of these ways of using conventional warfare, but let's say his concept of being a gentleman got in the way. part of the problem for washington, he is basically conducting warfare conventionally, exactly like high-ranking british officers who had the same concepts of what it was to be a gentleman as he had, which is really strange irony where commanders on the opposite sides are basically thinking a lot alike. know, they are thinking alike militarily because they are both fighting conventionally, and they are thinking alike in terms of concepts of being a genuine. with the trenton raid, you simplyly see washington a desperation -- there is
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am PDT
facility in virginia minutes ago with roughly 3300 pounds of cargo. the launch was delayed several times earlier this week because of weather. >>> now, hillary clinton still hasn't said whether she'll run in 2016, but she's started to subtly distance herself from some of the obama administration's policies while the president has been touting the most recent jobs report, clinton is sounding more downbeat about the economic recovery, saying people are, quote, really, really nervous about their future. but clinton may have a hard time connecting with regular americans on money matters. di digital politics editor chris steinwalt is here to tell us why. chris, ms. clinton has now given interviews to almost everyone in the known universe, trying to explain why she said they were broke when they left the white house, and to explain why she and her husband have made so much money out of politics. >> until we read it in sanscrit, she has not fully sounded the horn. she's out there and she wants you to know that it's cool that she made, remember, $155 million is the estimate for the persona
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
virginia on friday led scientists to delay that space flight. so luckily, mother nature let the launch happen today. ebony dion is here for that. there is a chance the weather is going to affect today's launch? yes or no? >> the launch has happened. it just got underway. really good news because we did see those clouds clearing out just a bit but clouds are increasing elsewhere. we had the right window of opportunity so that that launch was not scrubbed. so some good news there. a little further north, the weather is a bit more active. that's thanks to a cold front that's moving in and as it pushes into the northeast, we have a lot of moisture to work with. clouds building but then we have the rain. we even had stronger storms moving in off of lake eerie off of buffalo. >> has prompted a rain warning. boaters not a good idea to take boats out. we are dealing with active weather. things have fizzled out along the tail-end of that front. now, we are going to be watching ohio and western areas of pennsylvania closely because now, we have a severe thunderstorm watch in place until 8:00 p.m
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 10:01am EDT
historians talk about the 1864 overland campaign in virginia. learn the tactics of robert e lee and ulysses s grant. this event was part of the civil war institute annual summer conference. it runs about one hour. >> good evening. i am professor of history at gettysburg college. my guess is gordon ray. this would be the first of 4 volumes to cover the 1864 overland campaign. gordon was the first historian to ever attempt to write a comprehensive history of those operations. those operations, as you know, covered central virginia and ended on june 1 at cold harbor. it really is hard to imagine that anyone will ever again attempt to write such a comprehensive history because what gordon did is truly phenomenal. it is model tactical history, well researched, beautifully written, and above all else, contextualized. as a micro-study of who did what and where. what is really remarkable is that gordon dived into the archives, and so much of tactical history, much about gettysburg, never draws from original manuscript material, which in my estimation, is almost criminal. gordon -- he dove i
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am EDT
. he has since been released. >>> this morning, a virginia teenager is safe, following an amber alert. two people are in custody. virginia state police were looking for 15-year-old dustin shaffer in hurt, virginia. they say he was in extreme danger. dustin's mother, 39-year-old denise shaver and 34-year-old kevin parish are in police custody. they were both suspected of abducting the teenager. >>> hundreds plan to protest at the federal energy regulatory commission. the groups are protesting exporting fracked gases from u.s. coastlines. fracking is when crews drill into the earth for natural gas. the commission plans to build a new export terminal for these gases at cove point in lusby, maryland. they will meet at the capitol at 1:00 and march towards the commission headquarters on new jersey avenue. >>> a traffic alert driving through best da is going to be a mess. crews will shut down lanes to pour new pavement. they will happen on wisconsin avenue between bradley lane and old georgetown road. crew wills close up to two lanes between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. sunday through thur
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 9:30am EDT
virginia woolf was my role model i would put a rock and a sweater and go to the river and to myself. that isn't what writers do. they are not role models. it's people who live life intensely and are prepared to do other people about that. do you understand? it's about honesty of the portrayal? he really didn' did it to himse. and writing about it i was separating myself from that boy. you go to hotels, many years later i went to hotels and i was at the carlyle hotel in new york. i have an affection for five star hotels, dangerous, but i remember i set the carlyle and then into something with my luggage set have you been on safari, he said? because this skin is suddenly leisured. in my mother's eyes if i stayed in the senate too much, it was the labor that she saw. wear a hat, don't stay in the sun. this preoccupation of mexico, that this becomes, you know, people like this do not go on. they don't look like this. they don't look like indians either unless they are clowns. but that's another sure to you ask about mexico someday. i will tell you about mexico and why i hate her as much
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 9:01am EDT
at history. next, civil war historians talk about the 1864 overland campaign in virginia. learn the tactics of robert e lee and ulysses s grant. this event was part of the civil war institute annual summer conference. it runs about one hour. >> good evening.
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
anothther topop exececutive. the last in the ongoing struggle between maryland, virginia, and d.c. to land the new fbi headquarters. joining u is jim dinegar, presidentnd ceoeo of the greaear washington board of trade, and steven overly o of the "washihin post." welcome to you both. i will start with you, steven. you have interesting behihind-the-scenes color about president obama's artup incubar. itas gotten local press but has not been on the nationonal scene. you say theyey were not even expectg this presidential visit. they had a hint when the secret service came. to call that morning and said he is coming over. >> that is right. the secret service had come in a month before and done a sweep to make it should -- to make sure it would be safer the president, there was no guarantee a visit would happen. getday before july 4, they a call that president obama will be there in one hour. what do you do? it is a scramble. >> he wants to talk to diffent startups. they had to call everybody and say be in place. you have a chance to pitch to the president. >> that is right. cleaning off the
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
in mechanicsville, virginia, he says he had an ideal lick childhood despite major upheaval at home. your patients were forced when you were four. >> yeah. >> what kind of impact. >> a huge impact. i remember saying when i get married it's only going to be -- only going to happen once. it's going to be for life. and so i decided i wouldn't get married young, i'd find someone, when i get married. >> the 37-year-old says he's finally found that person wants to keep their relationship private. ♪ but he unabashedly sings about love on his new album which he titled "yes" he tweaked his sound by teaming up with the all female folk group rainey jane" what is it like to be the only boy in the band? >> i love being the only boy in the band. greatest decision i ever made in my life. everything is very clean. goes to bed early. >> you make sure you put your toilet seat down. >> i put the toilet seat down. i use air freshener. >> very court just. we wanted to see if the women would back that up. >> he claims that he puts the seat down, very court just. >> so courteous. so thoughtful. generous
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
spreads east and expands a lot as we go into monday. from new york city, norfolk virginia, and arkansas, we will focus on that tomorrow along with this colder air that's going to move in. we will call it more of a polar intrusion. it is the same setup. not cold enough to be an official polar vortex. it originates not from siberia but from the northeastern pacific. it is going to be fairly cold. look at some of our temperatures here. specially near fargo. 68 degrees on monday. duluth, 68 degrees. 69 on monday in chicago. so it certainly is going to cool down and we will talk more about that in just a couple of minutes, guys. >>> dylan, turn that into the powerful words of the sole survivor of the horrific manslaughter last week. the 15-year-old spoke out for the first time at a memorial service for her family. we have more. >> reporter: 15-year-old cassidy's faith showed remarkable strength during a memorial as others wiped away tears. >> i am really thankful for all the people that have been praying for me and keeping me and my family in the thoughts. >> reporter: cassidy is th
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
where he died. >>> a virginia teenager is safe after an amber alert. state police were looking for 15-year-old dustin shaver. they believed he was in extreme danger. dustin was found unharmed this morning. police won't say just where yet. but we do know the teen's mother denise shaver, is in police custody right now along with this man, 24-year-old kevin parish. they were suspected of abducted dustin. before the teen was found this morning, he was last seen in hurt, virginia, that's in the southern part of the state. >>> today hundreds of people plan to protest at the federal energy regulatory commission. several religious groups are protesting, exporting fracked gases from u.s. coastlines. now fracking is when crews drill into the earth for natural gas. the commission plans to build a port at cove point in lusby maryland. they will march towards the commission's headquarters on new jersey avenue. >>> some leaders consider a busy road near the university of maryland in college park a threat to public safety. this year three people have been kit-hit and killed on route 1. next week
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 5:30am PDT
virginia primary, trying to have a populist message. on monday senator elizabeth warren will head to campaign for the democratic campaign there. this is a test for warren. can she go into a red state and resonate with working class voters and paul ryan will be there training for the republican. >> i'll close with this, rand paul continues to get most of the buzz among those taking an early look at the 2016 republican presidential maneuvering. he continues what one activist calls a relentless courting of an establishment skeptical of him because of his foreign policy issues and his dad. marco rubio, remember the freshman senator from florida has given a number of policy speeches in recent weeks and months and also using his political action committee to dole out money to key republicans in key states and key races, so more of a buzz brewing about rubio, but remember it was the immigration te bait in the senate a little more than a year ago that caused his start of fame, a lot of people seeing if he wandering into the immigration debate. thanks for sharing your sunday with "inside poli
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 8:06am EDT
amazing books. yeah. >> before you started on the virginia woolf portion, it sounded like you were reciting some thing about the elements of taste and create. do you have any idea what i'm talking about? >> yeah, i mention not to explain things i think about the right to have a voice, the sense that your voice matters, the possibility of being heard. without it? been back it went even deeper than not. it sounded like you're reciting it, then he started reading it. the mac we know it's in here. we don't know exactly where. it would take a while. >> i looked at your eyes and you are definitely not reading. >> only memory and booktv will ever know is exactly said he had >> tell it like it again. >> this is part of what i love about writing. it doesn't look the way when it's written down. i never really noticed that. hello, yeah. >> i wondered if you had a comment about jill abramson -- >> i haven't heard anything about it. i was under the impression she left voluntarily. was she fired quick >> she was fired. something about being different. it's been interesting online the comments of
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
of virginia and now on the west coast and it's been a great experience. and i'm looking forward to my last year here. >> if all of your students like this it bodes well for your future. >> yes. i would like to say something and personalize this a little bit. i spoke about the camping trip with about 30 students out to livermore. for a lot of them it was their first time camping. and we pray the predawn prayer and it is presided by a predawn prayer. he shared something with next and there's a part of the prayer, prayer is better than sleep. it's mentioned twice and the call to prayer. and he was looking at all of it and venus was hanging low in the sky that night. and could you share some of that? >> that camping trip was one of the most -- best experiences. they bring a lot tradition to our lives. and are we getting our food from and cloths. and is it ethically in line with what our morals and beliefs stand for. and his question that he brought up, that camping trip was an interconnectiveness of what we're learning in the classroom but also with mother nature and out in the woods s
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
be the first case to come to the supreme court isn't going to be the virginia case. it's going to be -- >> no. we're still waiting on -- that's another think you should wait on whether the fourth circuit court of appeals in virginia rules on that case. >> you should know that i've had two friends sitting behind the camera who have kept me warm and comfortable and secure during this last hour. but anyway, i want to thank all of my guests today. steve will be back in the chair next weekend. his guests will include former congressman barney frank and his sister ann lewis in a special family edition of "up against the clock." will you not want to miss that. first, melissa harris perry is up next. she'll be talking about the journey of extraordinary testimony to paul ryan's budget committee. stick around. nerd land is next. thank you for getting up and thanks to the "up with steve wi steve" team for having me sit in this chair. ging my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
update to a virginia amber alert. 15-year-old dustin shaver has been found safe in north carolina. he had been missing since yesterday from hunt, virginia. police say does continue ace mother 39-year-old denise shaver and another man 24-year-old kevin parish abducted him. those two have been arrested in custody. police have not said why dustin should not have been with his mother in the first place. >>> d.c. police are investigating a triple shooting in northwest washington. three men were shot on north capitol street at t street in the bloomingdale neighborhood. this happened just after 2:00 a.m. police say the men were shot inside a car. news 4's derrick ward will have a live report from the scene at 9:00. >>> we're going to check your forecast next. stay with us. >>> good morning. i'm meteorologist amelia segal. temperatures right now in the 70s across the area. 78 in washington, 75 in martingsburg and 73 in manassas. partly sunny skies today. it's hot and humid, high temperature of 94 degrees. mainly dry during the daytime hours, just a slight chance of a late day shower or th
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
then, swelter across the northern virginia skies. a mix of sun and clouds out there. temperatures are in the mid to upper 70's. it is a humidity day out there. the big picture, a few light showers earlier this morning. a lot ofeacher shows storminess over the midwest. we will have to contend with that later today and especially tomorrow. scattered thunderstorms anywhere from 88 to about 92. hotter still, probably the hottest day of the week, 95 degrees. then tuesday, another stormy day and we transition into blissful conditions. 81. daytime highs, it does not happen in july very often here we are due for it. >> thank you for watching. >> business ne from the capital region. this is "washington business port" with abc 7 n natiol correspondent rebecca cooper. welcome to your fresh look at buness and finance in the washshington region. coming up, however washington restaurant powerhouse is built on pasassion for the business. now is the time for your small business to land lucrative government contracts. our experts tell us how to stand out in a crowdwd. a shorlist of new fbi locations h
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:20am EDT
with their knowledge. intelligence is not situated in the crotch, even if you create one of virginia woolf's musical sentences about the subjugation of women, mr. willie. back in my hotel room i searched on what they did and found that erica bentley and his definitive history of the health committee on un-american activities credits women's strike for peace with quote striking a crucial blow in the fall of u.s. best view in the early 1960s. i open an essay on jane jacobs, rachel carson with it for the nation with this interchange and part of the shout out to one of the unpleasant men's who explained things to me. dude, if you're reading this you're a carbuncle and an obstacle to civilization. feel the shame. the battle was meant to explain things which has traveled the many women of my generation, of up-and-coming generation we need so badly here and in pakistan and bolivia, not to speak of the countless women who came before me and were not allowed into the laboratory or the library or the conversation or the revolution n within the category called him. after all, women's strike for
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Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
boehner has rejected." let's go next to bill joining us from virginia. good morning. caller: good morning. whyn't understand how and john boehner wants to sue the president of the united states. three -- president obama cannot do this by himself. do,an only do what he can and if he did not sign those executive orders, where were the be becauseople john boehner refused -- mitch mcconnell has done more harm to hurt america than he has two help america. host: thank you for the call. we go to mike in north carolina, republican line. good morning, mike. caller: good morning, how are you? host: fine, thank you, how are you? caller: i am ok i guess. i do not know if the president or i do not know if speaker boehner has legal standing constitutionally to sue the president. method or the mechanism that the constitution and our founding fathers allowed for, there were bmps may, but obviously with a democratic-controlled senate, that is not possible, or at least a conviction. they could impeach, but whatever. for those people who do not think this is frivolous or they take the president at h
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
of protesters. >>> plus a virginia teen believed to be in danger. this morning, the amber alert issued to help find him. >> good morning. and welcome to "news 4 today." i'm richard jordan. >> i'm chris tin bright. that amber alert issued from danville, virginia. >> first here? d.c. we have much more humidity on this sunday. >> storm team 4 meteorologist amelia segal joins us with the first forecast. hey, amelia. >> good morning, guys. the weather today having a low to moderate impact on your day. it will be hot and humid. a high temperature today of 94 degrees. in addition to that, scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely later today. now in storm team 4 radar i am tracking some rain. this developed about an hour ago right along ana run dal county through southern maryland but pushing out towards the eastern shore. dry morning with partly to mach skies across the area. mild already. temperatures at 76 degrees in washington. by 9:00 a.m., we're already in the low 80s. noon we're around 90. 3:00 we're at a temperature of 93. some scattered showers and thunderstorms are possi
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
virginia. come out if you're a fan of the sport. even if you're not, it's a great time. great people. and we're just there to have fun. >> perfect. >> my producer sometimes schedules segments on the show, and this will be a distraction for me the rest of the show. >> ainsley and tucker -- >> next hour, i'm done. >> you guys are some of the greatest cornholers i have seen in a long time. >> we are having a great time watching you, thanks, guys. >>> transparency and the rule of law will be the touch tones of this presidency. >> general groups are mad. we'll hear from the head of one of them, coming up. i'm a proud dad of 3 beautiful, awesome, messy kids. they get stains like you wouldn't believe. this new tide ultra stain release & zap cap helps me get out pretty much any stain. can i help? awww. just kidding! new tide ultra stain release helps remove 99% of everyday stains. . . . my name is michael, i'm 55 years old and i have diabetic nerve pain. the pain was terrible. my feet hurt so bad. it felt like hot pins and needles coming from the inside out of my skin. when i did go see the docto
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Jul 13, 2014 5:30am EDT
. virginia clocks us in terms of new business. they have less corporate tax, less regulations. and people, you know, business is going to go where they make the most money. and if you're going to take, drain them with taxes, they're going to go to virginia. so we got to make it business friendly. we don't have a reputation of being business friendly. i will. >> we have to take another break, and our guest this morning, jim shalleck, he is the republican candidate for county executive in montgomery county. we'll be right back on viewpoint, so stick around. >>> and welcome back to viewpoint of the again, our guest this sunday morning is jim shalleck. he is the republican candidate for county executive. in montgomery county. you have run four times in the county before. county-wide races, one for circuit judge three times before, for states attorney there. what makes this difference and how many times as a republican can you run and not get dejected? >> well, it's in my blood, you know. i love politics. i'm grateful to be the republican party candidate. i was john mccain's campaign chairman
other states are illinois, minnesota, virginia, and wisconsin. the department of defense carried out a similar effort prior to this in which they identified 10 occupational areas that have high likelihood of having transferability between the skill sets gained in the military and the civilian workforce. we were asked to choose from that list of 10 occupational areas to focus on in this areas, andur or five the states were asked to choose three occupational areas as part of that. the states are focusing on commercials drivers licenses, bus drivers and truck drivers. the emergency medical technician and paramedics, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, physical therapy assistants, and police patrol officers. those are the occupational areas. asked to focus on an area where they saw growth or need in their state and where there was likelihood to be employment. the state teams that were appointed by the governor's in the states are working to remove red tape, any duplication across , to reduce unemployment of veterans, to increase the post secondary credential attainment, and als
SFGTV
Jul 13, 2014 1:30am PDT
because virginia marshall came into my life through my children who were at the schools district and i watched her not only help them profoundly, but scores of african american children, es pshlly boys. and you know the statistics in our city regarding our african american children and our boys. as the other speaker said she went into the bay view when other people wouldn't. not only, she has led the honor role for african american students for the past, i believe ten years. i volunteered with her a couple of years ago and became cap i vated by it. it's a lot of work and she puts in hours beyond what is required of anybody. i sent a letter, an email, to superintendent carranza, i don't know if you got it. my request is to see if she is whether or not in a hostile environment. that needs to be checked carefully. if it is in fact the situation, then it needs to be rectified and the people who are causing it need to be penalized and she needs to be treated with justice and equity. nice to see you in person and i know -- i think you were away, maybe didn't get a chance to respond, but i wa
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 4:02am EDT
united states attorney who has represented us well in the western district of virginia for the past several years. he is someone who is very interested in not only the enforcement of the law but in criminal law and public policy. i'm delighted to have him here today to testify. welcome. >> thank you. our other witnesses -- we have the honorable judge keeley,from clarksburg, west virginia, a u.s. district judge. district judge. she received her undergraduate degree from the college of maryland in baltimore and she received her law degree at the university of alabama. before attending law school, she was employed as a secondary education teacher. she received her juris doctorate from western virginia college of law. we welcome you, judge. from 1980 to 1992, she practiced law with the firm of steptoe & johnson. was that here in washington? >> no that was in west virginia. >> so they're originally a west virginia firm. >> yes. >> thank you. she was appointed judge of the united states district court for the western district of virginia from president george bush in 1992. she served as c
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 1:00am PDT
members, they are being shipped to other parts of country, as we've heard, from virginia, massachusetts, new york, california, texas, arizona? >> yes. they will go to different detention centers based on what their needs are, where they are going to ultimately be reunited with their families. and they are going to get processed and then they go to a detention center and nine times out of ten they are released. >> a lot of them, their families are home and they are the ones who sent them here. >> yeah. unfortunately, that's what happens. some of them are coming to reunite with some type of family, whether it's mother, father, sometimes an uncle or a cousin living somewhere in the united states and they are making the trip on their own. a lot of them, they are gang members from 10 or 12 years old on up. >> chris cabrera, thanks so much for being with us this evening. >> all right. thank you, judge. >> all right. >>> first senator john mccain and then congressman jim bridenstein say they finally got it and he joins me now. good evening, congressman. you just got in a few hours ago to one o
SFGTV
Jul 13, 2014 1:00am PDT
. >> i'm a former parent in the unified school district here and i'm here in support of miss virginia marshall. i truly, you know, come here to talk about her ability that she has that teaching in this unified school district, how she affected my life and my kids' life. my young son who came to this unified school district was told at one time that his grades were watered down because of his smartness. today because of the programs that he went through that miss virginia marshall was running at the time, he is holding a masters degree at the age of 27, working on his phd in education. and it all comes because of the foundation that he got when he ran into miss marshall. well, i ran into miss marshall at the martin luther king middle school. her ability to teach and put programs together. my son had the opportunity to go to ford valley university in the seventh grade because of the ability she had to raise money and network with colleges at that time. he had to the opportunity to work with bob moses. so miss marshall is an outstanding teacher and educator. one thing my son came back ev
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Jul 13, 2014 12:30am EDT
: philip from stafford, virginia, on our line for independence. .ood morning caller: good morning. of a comment for the american people. the supreme court taking up this issue when they take up limited number of cases, bigger problems. theave monsanto flooding market with, i guess, genetically modified food, we poverty, wee have have economic problems. i just feel like this is just a distraction. like to know what billionaire's funding your organization. it just seems like these billionaire fund these organizations for these trivial reals when we have problems. american people, wake up. host: you can give us some background on the beckett fund and where the group came from and where your funding comes from? guest: sure. fund was formed about 20 years ago. hassan was the founder. he was working in private practice here in washington, d.c., working on some religious freedom cases, and realized that what his --were where his real passion lied. so he decided to leave private and formed the beckett fund as a non-profit litigation we would exclusively focus on religious freedom litigation. so
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Jul 13, 2014 12:01am EDT
of william and mary in virginia. the class is about an hour. >> we're going to talk about the seven years' war. it is often known as the first global war. it is a war that in the united states is often called the french and indian war. in quebec, it is the war of the conquest. in europe and many other areas, it is called the seven years' war. the name is important. the civil war is one -- calling it the civil war is interpretation, but calling it one the war of northern aggression means you have a different interpretation. in quebec, the war of the conquest has a really heavy political implication because they see this as the moment society wascanadian taken over, conquered by the british, and therefore, the ir the seizedthere culture has to start dealing a longitish canada in a and brutal struggle for autonomy. the name the french and indian war comes from the british themselves. this is who they are blaming, blaming french aggression, indian actors and their allies. they put the blame on the french. the seven years' war is its name in europe. the war begins to north america in 175
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